The final piece in the catering puzzle previewed at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall on Thursday 9th November as we unveiled ‘Yarn’ – a concept developed with the theme of Nottingham’s rich history
in textiles and literature, combined with the art of storytelling from the venue’s own stage. Formerly the Green Room, Yarn is a brand new bar & restaurant, to be open throughout the day and representing one of the key components of the venue’s £3.3m Royal Transformation Project which has been taking place over the summer.
Operated as a joint venture between CGC Event Caterers and Nottingham’s Castle Rock Brewery, Yarn will be managed by Damian Brandon, formerly of the Stratford Haven in West Bridgford. Head chef is Jamie Chambers with Charlie Blomeley becoming head of food and beverage operation for the wider joint venture project. One of the major focuses for Yarn is offering high quality ales, craft beers and spirits along with a delicious selection of food dishes. Three of Castle Rock’s real ales will be permanently on the bar alongside a comprehensive choice of craft beers from Nottingham and beyond.
Nestled on the ground floor of the Theatre Royal, Yarn promises casual dining as well as a much greater selection of beers and wines with the extended upstairs Dress Circle Restaurant offering a leisurely but sophisticated pre-show dining experience. The roof terrace will soon be back in use under the new canopy which will light up in the evening and give weather-proof views across the city.
Find out more about Yarn and the wider drinking and dining options at the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall by visiting the website – trch.co.uk